Date(s) - 04/01/2023
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Annie's Annuals & Perennials
We’ve gathered a swarm of bee experts for an educational and fun filled day at our first ever BEE BASH. Come learn from some of the Bay Area’s leading experts about native bees and what you can do to help them, including preserving habitat, and planting and gardening with bees in mind. Find out which plants are most likely to attract and sustain bees in your area – and how to plant a seasonal succession of blooms so they have food sources year round. Special guest facilitator is Jennifer Jewell – host of Public Radio, award winning podcast, “Cultivating Place”
The day will also include demo hives and bee expert booths plus kid’s crafts, music and food vendors. Open to all ages!
Schedule of Speakers
10am Jennifer Jewell: “Invitations From and To the Garden: Cultivating Places & People”
11am John Whittlesey: “Bumble Bees – Natural History & Designing Gardens to Support Them”
12:30pm Pollinator Posse’s Tora Rocha and Angela Laws from Xerces Society: “Maintaining Native Bee Habitats”
1:30pm Gordon Frankie: “Characteristics of Pollinator Habitat Gardens”
10am – 3pm Stop buy one of our bee information tables, arts & craft area, grab a snack or pick up some cool merch from one of the bee-related vendors who will be joining us at the Bee Bash.
For even more details visit our website: https://www.anniesannuals.com/beebash